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Can I carry someone's homeopathy medicine along to Dublin?

I would advise against taking any objects given to you by someone else for someone else. Homeopathic medicine is readily available in Ireland. The letter signed by a physician sounds fishy, since ...
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Can I carry someone's homeopathy medicine along to Dublin?

Be careful! Where did you obtain the sugar pills? Did you get them yourselves from the pharmacy, or were they given to you by someone? If you got them from a pharmacy, did it look like a normal ...
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Can I carry someone's homeopathy medicine along to Dublin?

Obviously you can carry Homeopathic "medicine" because there's literally nothing in it that does anything, and it isn't medicine. However just because it's described to you as homeopathic ...
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Flight transfer via Ireland with a UK reentry ban

A reentry ban issued by the UK does not affect movement in or through the Republic of Ireland in a strict legal sense. Ireland is a different country and hence outside the UK's sovereignty. So ...
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At Dublin airport, is preclearance available for flights to Canada, or just to the USA?

Preclearance is for flights to the US, for all passengers on those flights. It is not guaranteed to be available for all flights to the US, but it seems to be for most. There is no preclearance for ...
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Can I use preclearance for a flight Dublin to USA that connects in Heathrow?

If your itinerary is DUB-LHR-LAX, then that Dublin and Shannon have US Pre-Clearance facilities is pretty much irrelevant. Your DUB-LHR flight, while not technically domestic, is essentially similar ...
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Self connection at DUB. YYZ to DUB to EDI

I'm under the impression that this is virtually impossible, unless your first flight is quite early, or your second flight is quite late, which you won't know until it's probably too late. Both ...
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Is it my fault or travel agency to sell me ticket that requires me to get a visa during my transit

Is there anyway I could fight for this, and make them responsible for my loss? Unlikely. Knowing the visa rules and having the required documents is in fact your responsibility. The terminals should ...
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What are the different public transport options from Dublin airport to the city centre?

Besides the Airlink bus, you can take the local buses 16 or 41, which costs 2 euros instead of 6 like the Airlink Personally I prefer this option More info can be found here http://www.dublinbus.ie/
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Applying for asylum in an EU country after visiting another EU country

From my reading, it appears that Country A would be responsible for evaluating an asylum application in this scenario, unless a certain amount of time had passed after the expiration of the documents ...
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I'd like to book a flight transiting Dublin in order to use hidden-city ticketing. How can I find all flights transiting through Dublin from NYC?

One way flights from the US are typically quite expensive whatever the destination, because using two oneway tickets together you can defeat restrictions imposed by the cheaper round trip tickets such ...
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Getting from Dublin Airport to Dublin Ferryport by public transport?

Terminal 1 (Irish Ferries & Isle of Man Steam Packet Company) is the furthest out. I’ve walked it from Dublin City Centre, and it is possible, but it’s not a pleasant walk, nor a short one. (A new ...
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Would a 1.5 layover in Dublin airport from Toronto on my way to London be risky?

Would it be risky to book this? Yes. Would I need to go through security again or not? Yes. You need to do clear immigration, pick up your bags, go through custom, drop your bags again and re-enter ...
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Self transfer with separate tickets at Dublin with no check-in luggage

This comes down to a "risk assessment". Typically 3 hours is fine for a connection like this especially if you don't have checked luggage. However, if your inbound is significantly delayed ...
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What is the cost of living in Dublin?

Alternative from Expatistan (the food part):
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What is the cost of living in Dublin?

Thank you @JonathanReez for the website. Consumer Prices in New York, NY are 28.27% higher than in Dublin Consumer Prices Including Rent in New York, NY are 56.50% higher than in Dublin ...
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Colombian Citizen travel to Germany through Ireland (Dublin)

The rules for transiting in Dublin, as given by Timatic, the database which airlines use to verify passenger travel documents: TWOV (Transit Without Visa): Visa required, except for Passengers ...
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Can I travel to Dublin with a Permanent Residence Card ( issued from ITALY)?

The Irish Government has a website that tells you if you need a visa. It only asks about your nationality, not about permanent residence. From this, it appears that only your nationality matters and, ...
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Getting from Dublin Airport to Dublin Ferryport by public transport?

Both are North city BUT there are not direct public transport links between them. Dub airport is ~12k North of city centre. Ferry terminal ~4k East of city centre. The ferry terminal is not very well ...
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travel from Dublin airport to Direct Ferries Terminal

The distance from the airport to the ferry port is about 12 km. Rome2Rio lists the options. Bus is the least expensive, with the Dublin bus about €3.50, and the Airlink bus €7. While both indicate it ...
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Detained in UK and almost sent away in Dublin, will I always be stopped at every airport now?

So yes, first and foremost, if you have ever been turned away or sent home from any country, you can expect more scrutiny at borders for a significant length of time after that. But second and ...
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Is it legal to take photos at the airport?

Your question falls apart in several bits. First of all, you can start your photo series at home, getting ready for the travel, getting packed, things loaded in the transport that gets you to the ...
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How to find fare information for Dublin Buses?

I found the Dublin Bus page on the TFI Leap Card site that states that a Long Zone trip is a trip more than ~3km in length : For short single journeys tell the driver your destination and hold your ...
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Dublin Preclearance for transit to third country

Yes, all flights from Dublin landing in the US will go through preclearance in Dublin. In DFW you will not need to go through customs and (presuming the same PNR) will not need to re-check your bags.
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Self transfer with separate tickets at Dublin with no check-in luggage

Airside transfer is very limited in Dublin, it’s only possible if you both arrive at and depart from Terminal 2 (and a few other conditions which I don’t remember). All passengers arriving in Terminal ...
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Transit Dubai with Duty Free

The liquids are refused because of security, not import or export. It is not allowed to bring liquids larger than the maximum size into a flight cabin, with the sole exception of when they were ...
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19 hour overnight layover in Dublin. Will the baggage be checked through?

The Aer Lingus website mentions: We’ll happily through-check you and your baggage onto any airline with a baggage agreement in place. This can only happen if you’ve documentation of the itinerary ...
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Where to buy tickets for the DART rail service in Dublin?

As far as I know, DART tickets cannot be bought online, and it makes no sense to do so as those are commuter trains (this includes one to Howth). There are no reserved seats, and lots of standing ...
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